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OpenOffice Writer 3.x Guide
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Form toolbars

Two toolbars control form creation: Form Controls and Form Design. Select View > Toolbars > Form Controls and View > Toolbars > Form Design to show them both. See Form controls reference for a summary of the tools on these toolbars.

Image:Tip.png The Form Design toolbar can also be launched from the Form Controls toolbar. Some of the less commonly used controls are on a third toolbar—More Controls—also launched from the Form Controls toolbar.

You can dock these toolbars in different places on the Writer window, or leave them floating.

The Form Controls toolbar has a button for each of the most commonly used types of control.

Image:documentation_note.png In, form controls are the text boxes, list boxes, option buttons, push buttons, and other items that can be placed in forms.
The three form design toolbars.

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